Tryp Nacoes Unidas

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Rua Fernandes Moreira, 1264, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 4716003, Brazil
Tryp Nacoes Unidas
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Buses or taxis?

by bradcore5

I am flying into Sao Paulo in March. Would it be better to take a bus or a taxi to Pocos de Caldas? How far is the bus terminal from GRU international?

Re: Buses or taxis?

by cassiovieggore

If I had to pick out a option I would go to Poços de Caldas by bus.
São Paulo is 260Km far from Poços de Caldas.
The city is a leisure place. Brazilians use to go there to take the waters. But there are many industries in town.
If I had to choose a bus company I would buy a Cometa's ticket:

https://vendas.viacaocometa.com.br/cgi-bin/br4.cgi

There are some sight-seeings there. People from Poços de Caldas use to make handcrafts, chocolate, crystal glass workmanship, ...
Hotels: Carlton Plazza
Varandas do Sol
Nascentes da Serra
I had been there once with my children. Old times...
Cassiovieggore

Re: Buses or taxis?

by cassiovieggore

Just in time: You may find buses from Guarulhos Internationa Airport to Tiete Bus Station. There Cometa´s buses depart heading to Poços de Caldas.
Cassiovieggore

Re: Buses or taxis?

by schurlif

The bus terminal ( rodoviária Tieté ) is about 18 km away from GRU on the Marginal Tieté ( heavy traffic city freeway ). I´m not totally sure but there MUST be busses to the rodoviária from GRU ( As I never needed one I´m not familiar with the details but common sense tells me there are busses from GRU to rodoviária Tieté, no doubt about this ). A taxi might cost you some R$ 50 or approx. U$ 30. A bus would be cheaper, of course.

A taxi from GRU to Poços de Calda will cost you a small fortune. It´s pretty far away...... There are hourly departures to Poço de Caldas from rodoviária Tieté with the bus company "Cometa", the trip takes about 4 hours, the one way price is R$ 44,24 or roughly U$ 28.
https://vendas.viacaocometa.com.br/cgi-bin/br4.cgi

Have a nice trip and stay in Brazil.

Best,

schurlif

Re: Buses or taxis?

by bahiana77

It's 243 km / 150 miles from Sao Paulo to Pocos de Caldas in Minas Gerais state and a taxi would be pricey.
There's a shuttle bus that goes from in front of the airport terminal to Tiete bus station (rodoviaria) in the city. (It takes about an hour to get into the city, depending on traffic and weather conditions/rain. R$30)
One busline to Pocos de Caldas is VIACAO SANTA CRUZ (www.viacaosantacruz.com.br) with departures at: 8,9,10,12,14,16h
fare R$41.53 one way.
Viacao Cometa also runs that route (www.viacaocometa.com.br)

Travel Tips for São Paulo

The city São Paulo

by georeiser

São Paulo is the largest city in South-America, and the metropolitan area of the state. The city has 18 mill. inhabitants. Sao Paulo is landlocked with the city Santos as the coastal port. The "Paulitas", the people of Sao Paulo, are the most hard working people in Brazil. But they also know how to have fun. The city has a great nightlife. Sao Paulo has two airports. The main airport is Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) and Congonhas airport (CGH).

Many people do speak English...

by Cupio1

Many people do speak English in Sao Paulo, but please make an effort to learn some useful phrases in Portuguese. Don't be afraid to try, and you'll be pleasantly suprised at the patient and helpful response you'll get. Afterall, you're visiting their country, the least you can do is make an effort to learn their language :)This goes for any place you visit. I think it is important, not only to you learn something new, you also show respect for the country you're in. Happy traveling!

More shopping for food

by benazer about Municipal market

All kinds of mouthwatering food,you can not help buying also you can "experimente"try any food you like shopkeepers are very eager you try before you buy.. Buy all you can afford,you will not get this opportunity again..

Take a trip to a Steak House or Churrascaria

by esmerkingsland about South's Place Churrascaria

This is a Brazilian steakhouse, it has valet parking, very crowded on weekends so you might be required to take a number and wait.

At the front of the restaurant you will see big slabs of beef grilling in special wood inside a glass area. While waiting for your number to be called they got a small table with some side dishes.

Inside there is a huge buffet table with all foods you can think of from salad, sushi, maki, cured meat, steamed seafood, paella and 3 other kinds of rice, and typical Brazilian dishes. Waiters are dressed in gaucho style and hold different parts of beef in skewers. Each table has a small wood with a round plastic wheel with red and green color. When you spin the green color these waiters will stop at your table to offer different kinds of meat, then you choose which waiter to stop according to the part of meat you want to taste. When you want them to stop you have to turn the wheel to red, and once you're ready for another serving then turn it to green again.

Waiters are very attentive, might be helpful if you speak Spanish coz most of them can't understand English.

Sodas are more expensive than beers. Don't miss their dessert cart lots of choices, try their Leche Flan it's very delicious.

The price on your bill includes waiters tip, salad bar, and grilled beef. Desserts are not included from the usual salad bar, separate charge for the items in the dessert cart. On weekends, they have more steamed seafood like big shrimps and mussels. The beef are very tender and juicy try the picanha or the rumpsteak.

If you don't speak Portuguese they have a restaurant guide or picture of the different parts of the beef, you can point the part that you like from the picture.

For dessert, try the delicious Leche Flan, it's sweet though but worth it!!!

El Mariachi

by martinelli about El Mariachi

So many1 The food is delicious, the portions are big, the price is fair! It's a very charming ambiance, the owners are wonderful hosts. Live music every night and they stay open till the last client is there - no frowny faces! Everything! I love tex-mex!

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Address: Rua Fernandes Moreira, 1264, Sao Paulo, State of Sao Paulo, 4716003, Brazil